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Offline AeroRam

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Victory High Ball
« on: October 13, 2011, 11:41:11 pm »
So 14hr shifts 14 days on 4 days off... killin me put in for a deployment to get away, they've pushed it from the previous june to feb 2012 as of the current do to politics. All the Vics are built on the same frame and motor/touring and vision bikes might be different but thats a different animal.

Anyhow Eyein a Victory HighBall 2012, wonderin if anyone has one or at least a vegas/hammer/kingpin or other 106Ci vic they can claim pros/cons with my 1100 decided to lock up 40 miles from nowhere and $23 a week vs $125 won't cut it in fuel savings 4 days a week I can put $280 back from fuel which more than covers my payment but if I buy new I want a for solid bike 92CI & 100CI oppions welcome as well ( bassically the same bikes just bored out)


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Re: Victory High Ball
« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2011, 01:15:18 am »
Ryan i test road every model victory offers a few weeks ago.  They are nice bikes that are very smooth.  When i got back onto my 900 and left i took the same ride i had been doing on the Victories  and i was still very happy with my bike.  For me i will keep the 900 unless i start up a lot of highway riding. 
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Offline Southern Belle

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Re: Victory High Ball
« Reply #2 on: October 14, 2011, 05:30:39 am »
Im in love with the zach ness vegas bike


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Re: Victory High Ball
« Reply #3 on: November 27, 2011, 08:49:08 am »
Test rode one a month ago LOVED it.  I will be buying one this spring, I can't see spending the money now for it to sit in the garage the next 4-5 months.  That and I don't have room in my garage with the '54 torn apart.

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Offline 1970496STChevelle

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Re: Victory High Ball
« Reply #4 on: November 27, 2011, 02:49:59 pm »
I have ridden three of their bikes, Kingpin, Jackpot, and their bagger (I forgot what they call it.  All three were nice bikes, well built and my buddies that had them raved about the quality and design of the bikes.

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